NED Arrives in Egypt

ANGLO AMERICA, 7 Mar 2011

Philip Giraldi – Campaign for Liberty

If you had hoped that the United States would just let the Egyptians get on with their elections and form a new government, you would be wrong. Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was interviewed by Rachel Maddow several weeks ago and revealed that Washington is already meddling. Albright denounced Egyptian ex-president Mubarak because “Beating people up is not the way to do it,” and then confirmed that the National Endowment for Democrary was already hard at work in Egypt, even though Mubarak had not yet stepped down, with more to come. Recall for a moment that Albright once said that the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children due to sanctions were worth it, so she apparently is not completely removed from the beat them up school of thought as long as she doesn’t have to do it herself.

Those who are aware of the insidious activities of the National Endowment for Democracy or NED, an ostensibly private foundation that spreads “democracy,” and is largely funded by the government, will not be surprised to learn that it is already active in North Africa. NED, which has a Democratic Party half in its National Democratic Institute, and a Republican Party half in its International Republican Institute, was the driving force behind the series of pastel revolutions that created turmoil in Eastern Europe after the fall of communism. Remember when the Russians and others complained about the activities of NGOs interfering in their politics? NED was what they were complaining about.

Albright is in charge of the Dems while John McCain leads the GOP. Which is not to say that there is much in the way of adult leadership as neither Albright nor McCain in any way supervise NED’s activities. NED is notoriously a loose cannon on deck, wasting taxpayer money and supporting hare brained initiatives that the State Department would be afraid to touch. It was a major player in the Georgia fiasco that led to war with Russian over two years ago. Now it will be doing its thing in the Arab world

Americans are not real good at introspection or at analogies, but what do you think the response of George Washington, James Madison, and Thomas Jefferson might have been if foreign advisors had arrived en-masse in 1783 to tell us how to construct our new government. It would have been throw the bums out or hang them from the nearest lamppost, I suspect. In this case, Obama will be unable to resist the urge to meddle. NED has done more damage to America’s good name worldwide than any other factor, excluding only the Bush Doctrine. With NED on the move expect twenty more years of turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East.

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